Bruker's AFM Webinar - In Situ Monitoring of Lithium Battery Electrode Processes - November 16

Atomic Force Microscopy Webinar Series

In Situ Monitoring of Lithium Battery

Electrode Processes Using Integrated Atomic Force Microscopy and Glove Box

Webinar Presenter - Dr. Chunzeng Li
Dr. Chunzeng Li, Senior Application Scientist

Webinar Date & Time

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Morning Broadcast, 8:30 AM PST*

Webinar Overview

Atomic force microscopy (AFM) is an increasingly useful technique for research in the field of electrochemistry. This webinar will present in situ monitoring of lithium battery electrode processes using Bruker’s integrated solution for advanced AFM operation with ppm environmental control.

Three key elements enable this research:

ScanAsyst™ with Peak Force Tapping™ technology images fragile samples in fluid. The quantitative nano-mechanical property mapping (PeakForce QNM®) provides material differentiation on nanoscale composite materials.
• Customized glove box from MBraun limits O2 and H2O content to sub-ppm level creating an environment suitable for lithium battery work.
• Closed electrochemical cell design effectively reduces evaporation of volatile solvents, making it possible to perform prolonged experiments such as low C-rate charging/discharging.

The above mentioned capabilities will be showcased in the in situ monitoring of solid/electrolyte interface (SEI) formation on HOPG anode in 1M LiPF6 in EC:DEC.

The live broadcast will include a fully-interactive Q&A session to answer all of your applications questions. Register today to reserve your seat.

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